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Hormazd, vide Hormisdas IV.
Hormisdas (son of Yezdigird II.), i. 472
Hormisdas L, i. 436, 438, 441
Hormisdas II., i. 444
Hormisdas (son of Hormisdas II.), i. 444,

445» 453

Hormisdas IV., i. 516 5 war with Rome,
516-517; assassination of, 5185 519,
528

Hormisdas V., i. 530 footnote

Hormisdas, Pope, i, 496

Hormuz (Persian governor), i. 531

Hormuz (son of Noshirwan), i. 498

Hormuz, Ormuz or Ormus, i, 30, 49,
417 ; battle of, 425-426 ; ii. 38, 102,
124, 183,, 190 j commercial importance
of, 270 ; Portuguese expedition and
occupation, 271-272; 274, 275; cap-
tured by Anglo- Persian expedition, 277-
280

Hormuz, Straits of, i. 26, 38

Hormuzan (Satrap of Khuzistan), i. 541,
542

Hormuzd, god, vide Ahura Mazda

Houghton, Lord, ii. 56

Howorth, Sir Henry, ii, 144 footnote, 175,
i So footnote

Hulagu Khan, ii, 25, no, 159, 163, 170,
171, 172, 173; death and character,
175-176^5 177, 184, 205, 226, 293

Hulvan, River, the, i. 71

Humai (sister of Bahmnn), i. 423

Humayun, Emperor, ii. 247-248, 307

Hungary ; Mongol victory at Pesth, ii.
144 5 222, 247

Huns, the, i, 360, 449, 450, 460 j struggle
with the White Huns, 462-476 ; coming
of, 468-469 ; Bahram Gur's campaigns
against, 469 et $eq. j campaigns of
Yezdigird, ii, 471 5 campaigns of Firuz,
472 et scq. ; defeat of Firuz, 473-474 ;
crushing of the White Huns, 477-485 ;
489 3 subjugation by Noshirwan, 492-

493 5 »• H5

Huntington, Ellsworthy, u 8 footnote, 12,

28,29

Hunza, i. 257
Huaayn, Shah Sultan, ii, 287 ; reign of,

302-304; 307, 309, 313, 3185 fall of,

.    .
Husayn, u. 40 ; invitation to Kufa, 40-

41 ; march on Kufa, 41-42 ; tragedy of
Kerbela, 42-43 ; 44, 46, 49 ; his enemies
massacred, 51 5 tomb destroyed, 82
Husayn, son of foregoing, ii, 43
Husayn, brother of Mahmud of Kandahar,

"• 33°> 333
Husayn Amir, grandson of Amir Kazghan,

ii.   198,   199 5   Tamerlane's  struggle

with, 200-201

Husayn, Talayr, Amir, ii. 194
Husayn Khan, Persian envoy, ii. 438, 444

Husayn Kuli Khan, ii. 377, 393 ; rebell-
ion of, 400
Husayn, Sultan (Timurid Dynasty), ii.
219
Hushang, i. 142
Hussi, the, i. 56
Huvakshatara, vide Cyaxares
Hwan (Emperor of China), i. 418
Hydaspes, the (modern River Jhelum), i.
290, 294
Hyde, Thomas, i. 187
Hydraotes, River (the modern Ravi), i.
293
Hyksos of Egypt, i. 78
Hymerus, Viceroy of Babylon, i. 361
Hyrcania, i. 2, 3, 102, 171, 173, 210,
235, 280, 281 ; conquest of, by Alex-
ander, 283-285 ; 286, 300, 326, 328,
329» 33°> 331* 332J conquest of, 333;
337, 348, 35*» 354* 355. 3^> 394, 395,
404, 407, 409 j ii. 54
Hyrcanian Sea (Caspian Sea), i. 23, 28
Hyrcanus (Jewish leader), i. 385
Hystaspes (father of Darius), i. 109, 153,
169, 171, 228
lanzu, King, i. 122
Ibas, Bishop of Edessa, i. 475
Iberia, i,  372, 404,  413, 442;  Roman
and Persian policy, 458-460 5 473,474;
rebellion in, 480 ; 481, 489 $ ii. 101
Ibn Aamir, Governor of Basra, ii. 32
Ibn-al-Ashath, rebellion of, ii. 52
Ibn Attash, Assassin Chief, ii. 119-120
Ibn Haukal (Moslem geographer), ii. 76
Ibn Hisham (biographer of Mohamed), ii.
12
Ibn Hobaya, Arab genera^ ii. 58, 63
Ibn Isfandiyar, historian, ii. gz footnote
Ibn Kahtaba, Abbasid general, ii. 58
Ibn Khurdadbih (Persian geographer), ii.
76
Ibn Khuzayma, Arab general, ii. 64, 65
Ibn Muavia, rebellion of, ii. 57
Ibn-ul-Athir (the historian), ii. 146, 155,
167, 225
Ibn Wahab, voyages of, ii. 76
Ibrahim, Abbasid Pretender, ii. 57, 58,65,
Ibrahim, Hajt, Grand Vizier, ii. 380-381,
382, 392, 396, 398 ; downfall of, 400
Ibrahim Khan, brother of Nadir Shah, u.
360
Ibrahim Khan of Bam, ii* 465, 466, 468
Icarian Sea, i. 203
Iceland, pilgrims from, ii. 114
«Ik tribe, vide Shaban Kara
Ikrima (Arab leader), ii. 28, 29
Hak Khan, ii, 91; invades Khorasan, 96
Il-Arslan of Khiva, ii. 126
Ilbars Khan of Khiva, ii. 358
River, ii. 222